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Lynnfield, MA

Lynnfield is located in Essex County and has a population of 11,596, as of the 2010 census. Lynnfield was initially comprised of two separate villages governed by a single authority. With the passage of time, these two villages merged and became one of the most flourishing towns on the north shore of Massachusetts.

According to the 2010 census, there are 4,179 households and 3,267 families living in the town. Median household income was $136, 101 while median family income was $95, 804. These figures are both above the national averages. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 10.5 square miles (27.1 km2), of which 9.9 square miles (25.6 km2) is land and 0.58 square miles (1.5 km2), or 5.58%, is water. The Ipswich River forms the northern border of the town, and several brooks cross through town. Several lakes and ponds dot the town, including Suntaug Lake, Reedy Meadow, Pillings Pond, and Walden Pond (a less famous cousin of the one in Concord). A portion of the Lynn Woods Reservation is located in the southeast corner of town, and in the northwest part of town lies part of Camp Curtis Guild, a Massachusetts National Guard base which also contains lands in the neighboring towns. The highest part of town lies on Middleton Hill in the northern part of town.

Lynnfield lies along the western border of Essex County, and is bordered by the Middlesex County towns of Wakefield to the southwest, Reading to the west, and North Reading to the north and northwest. Within Essex County, the town is bordered by a small portion of Middleton to the northeast, Peabody to the east, Lynn to the southeast, and Saugus to the south. The town commons lies 9 miles (14 km) west of Salem, 14 miles (23 km) north of Boston, and 15 miles (24 km) south of Lawrence.

Interstate 95 and Route 128 pass concurrently through town twice, becoming separate just over the Peabody line. U.S. Route 1 and Massachusetts Route 129 also enter the town concurrently, separating in the southeast corner of town, at the Lynnfield Tunnel, a local traffic landmark. There are no other state or national routes passing through town. The Springfield Terminal railroad passes through town, but is no longer in service. There is no commuter rail service within town; the nearest service can be found on the Haverhill/Reading Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail just west of town. The nearest airport is Beverly Municipal Airport to the east; the nearest national and international air service can be found at Boston’s Logan International Airport.

The town is more conservative than much of the state. In the 2012 Presidential election, former Governor Mitt Romney received 60.9% of the town’s vote. The 2012 results illustrate the town’s continued drift to the right. In the 2008 Presidential election, John McCain received 55% of the town’s vote, up slightly from the George W. Bush’s 53% in 2004.

Lynnfield uses the open town meeting model common in New England with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operation of the town.

Lynnfield is part of Massachusetts’s 6th congressional district, represented by John F. Tierney since 1997. In the Massachusetts Senate, Lynnfield lies within the 3rd Middlesex and Essex district and is currently represented by Democrat Thomas M. McGee, once it takes effect. In the Massachusetts House of Representatives, the town is located within the 20th Middlesex district, represented by Republican Bradley Jones, Jr.

Lynnfield Public Schools operates area public schools. Lynnfield High School is the district public school. The area is also served by Lynnfield Middle School, Huckleberry Hill Elementary School and Summer Street Elementary School. Our Lady of the Assumption is a Catholic school.

The school system consistently has one of the highest standardized test scores of the state. In 2005, Lynnfield High School was named a Blue Ribbon School by the Department of Education. In Boston Magazine’s 2012 rankings of public high schools, Lynnfield High School was ranked 28th in the state.

In terms of recreation, there are a variety of restaurants located in Lynnfield and on Rt. 1, which runs through the town. These include The Fat Cactus and The Ship Restaurant, among others. There are several golf courses including Reedy Meadow and Sagamore Springs. Lynnfield has several conservation areas that provide hiking trails and access to picturesque picnic areas.

 

The official town website for Lynnfield is here: http://www.town.lynnfield.ma.us/Pages/index

 

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